An Aberdeen university has launched a new project to support start-up teams in creative industries.
The initiative, which will run for 12 weeks starting in June, is being run by Look Again which is part of Gray’s School of Art at Robert Gordon University.
The school is collaborating with the university’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group (EIG).
The programme is open to anyone and successful applicants will receive up to £1,500 of funding each.
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Hilary Nicoll, co-director of Look Again, said: “Our aim is that this will inspire ambitious creative talent to stay in the north-east, enhancing the growing scene in the city and making it a more vibrant and exciting place to be.”
Head of Gray’s School of Art Libby Curtis said: “It’s fantastic to see Look Again supporting creative talent in the north-east by building on its annual festival in this way.
“We know there is an issue with retaining creative talent in the region and this is an important and ambitious initiative which will be of tremendous benefit, not only to our graduates but to other creative start-ups in the north-east.”